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29 responses to “The Uh-Mazing Burgers and Smoothies of Baguio Blue Tent”

  1. Mario says :

    Ohmigodd!! Mga nahahanap mo na kaiinan Xine! Best food blog ka talaga. Sira na talaga diet dito, grabe mga meat.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there, Mario! We have Tita Lea and her super foodie family to thank for discovering and pointing us out to Blue Tent burgers and smoothies. They were joking with the colossal burgers, bili daw ng extra loaf bread … one colossal burger feeds many. \m/

      Thanks for visiting Find Good Baguio Foods again! I hope you have a great time trying out the food at Blue Tent food stall! (“,)

  2. Nickie says :

    Great restaurant find! Only wow to say for Blue Tent burgers. Even if there is a typhoon, I will go for the burgers you called tall orders.

    • XiNE says :

      Hiyee, Nickie! Me too, still going wow about the food at Blue Tent. And yes, even in this torrential rain, my mind is on a strawberry mint shake, some pasta and more burgers! Blue Tent na soon! (“,)

  3. abbianzalala says :

    Hi miss Xine, no pictures po of the menu? heehee

  4. abbianzalala says :

    oops never mind! I found it 😀

  5. Janna says :

    Hi, Xine. Can Blue Tent deliver? and the patty is that homemade?

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Janna! Oh, Blue Tent is too hole in the wall to have the manpower to do deliveries, methinks. You could send them a message with the contact number I gave in this burger centric post to pre order and you can just drop by to pick them up.

      Yes, beef patties home made. Compact and dense just like Race likes stuff and with lots of minced bits of garlic which I like, too. *hihi

      Happy Blue Tent experience whenever you get to crossing them off your Baguio restaurant list! Thanks so much! (“,)

  6. Candy says :

    OMG, Xine! Did you try the newest Blue Tent dish, the ribs with potato salad? No words. Their food here is so delicious. Thank you for telling us about Blue Tent food stall, Find Good Baguio Foods!

    • XiNE says :

      Uhaha, yes, Candy, we already tried the ribs and potato salad the day it came out. Agreed, OMG! The intense barbecue sauce on the tender meat on the rib and the cooling potato salad, FTW! And for P120, whoa, such a fabulous deal Blue Tent gives us again.

      A pleasure spreading the word about great places to eat at in Baguio City for nice people like you, Candy! Thank you so much for the support! (“,) Happy food adventures to you!

  7. Nikki says :

    I really really would like to try Blue Tent’s burgers and shakes.. I’ve been waiting for this day.. marked my calendar… sssssoooooooooo excited to taste their famous burgers.

    My husband and I along with our son went to Blue Tent around 10:30 AM this morning.. We even walked from Wright Park to #58 Siapno Road, yet they’re not open!! I asked one of their personnel if they will be open and guess what she answered me? “Ay ma’am kakamarket lang po. Mag antay lang kayo dyan, syempre mag aayos pa kami”…. wowwwww.. I’m not demanding.. pero there’s a better way to deliver that message… kalokaaaa… sinunod koh lng nmn kung anoh nabasa koh sa website na open na sila ng 10 AM.. So I assumed na prior to 10AM eh nka readyna sila…. mababaw man pero nahurt akoh at nadismaya… na hanggang ngaun na gnggwa kon tong comment koh eh msma pa din loob koh 😦

    Based from this site: http://www.finerestaurantfinder.com/restaurant/1542562669350499/Blue+Tent
    Opening Hours
    Monday 10am – 9pm
    Tuesday 10am – 9pm
    Wednesday 10am – 9pm
    Thursday 10am – 9pm
    Friday 10am – 9pm
    Saturday 10am – 9pm
    Sunday 10am – 9pm

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Nikki! I hope you still stayed to get some Blue Tent Burgers so at least you got something out of the aggravation.

      It saddens me to hear that you came upon the resto and they weren’t ready yet but this does happen. I recall this happening to us a number of times and yes, even at well established establishments. (One of the downsides of being early, I guess.)

      Here’s hoping none of us ever comes upon a restaurant they’d like to dine at, closed (when it says so on their details that they’re supposed to be open) again. I hope you relating your experience here helped a bit in lightening your pain. Keep on stepping and keep on eatsploring. (“,)

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